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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2 a Bennington Banner thursday june 17, 196 i round Vermont a would control i a Vernater land Montpelier up a House action is expected next week on a Bill that would extend state control of Public lands to under Public Waters. The Senate gave final approval wednesday of the Bill which will have an Impact on a situation involving Lake Champlain. The measure requires Oil companies to seek state permission before extending bulk storage tanks into the Lake. The Northern Oil co. O Burlington has asked the . Army corps of engineers for permission to extend their bulk tanks into the Lake. The corps will decide the request Only on the basis of whether navigation will be affected. Gov. Philip h. Hoff and the City of Burlington Are fighting hard to prevent the storage tanks from being built. Union nigh District Defeated Rockingham up a a Union High school District for three Windham county communities was rejected wednesday because of an overwhelming a no Quot vote by Rockingham Bellows Falls residents. The District would have been comprised of Rockingham Westminster and Grafton. The vote against in Rockingham was 411-287, while Grafton favored the idea 73-52 and Westminster split right Down the Middle with a 157-157 tie. Farm Relief for nine counties Washington up a the . Agriculture department has taken Steps to relieve Farmers in nine Vermont counties from some of the economic Impact of Long and continued drought conditions. Farmers will be allowed grazing and haying privileges on crop lands previously diverted from crop production under the Federal soil Bank program. Farmers in Bennington Addison Chittenden Essex Franklin Lamoille Orange Rutland and Washington counties will be affected by the move it was announced wednesday. New name tor school St. Johnsbury up w St. Johnsbury Board of education is considering changing the name of St. Johnsbury Trade school to St. Johnsbury technical High school. Board chairman e. Dean Finney said wednesday a petition from students and teachers is being seriously considered in the Light of state efforts to designate a dozen regional vocational High schools in the state. Finney told the Board the school under state plans will no longer be a Basic Trade school but will offer a full curriculum of vocational education. Inquest lulled on Ashur Quot death North hero up a a closed door inquest will be conducted Friday into the death of 72-Yearold Emile Golder of Alburg. Judge Harold c. Sylvester will preside Over the inquest to be conducted by state s attorney Harold Roberts. Roberts said last week Gohier a death was a something other than accidental Golder died june 8 at St. Albans Hospital. His Uncle Emile Bourgeois 78, told police Golder came crawling and crying into Bourgeois Alburg Home the night before and said he had been beaten at a tavern. Roberts said an investigation turned up testimony that Golder had fallen from a Stool at the tavern. Rep. Gibb Vav ants to run again Montpelier up a rep. Arthur Gibb a Weybridge has his sights set on election to the re apportioned legislature this fall. Although the present session still has two weeks to run Gibb said wednesday he would be a candidate for election from the District which includes Middlebury Weybridge and Ripton under the recently passed 150-member House reapportionment plan. Over in Mew York . Lottery lets Assembly Okay j j Albany a new York s controversial lottery Bill which squeaked through the Senate monday received overwhelming approval in the Assembly wednesday with a vote of 116-18. Only 16 republicans voted against the democratic sponsored Bill that gov. Rockefeller a few hours prior to the vote declared in a news conference he opposed. Since the measure Calls for an amendment to the state s Constitution it must also win the approval of the 1966 legislature before it can be submitted to the voters As a referendum in november of 1966. The Assembly also approved a Bill to legalize the Sale of birth control devices wednesday. The Senate already has approved the Bill but gov. Rockefeller has not taken a position on legalizing the Sale of such devices. Cutworms Chew Iii Quot up county Troy a Rensselaer county is suffering its heaviest concentration of cutworms in its history. The cutworms in near army strength Are chewing up Alfalfa Corn vegetables and Flowers in All sections of the county. According to Rensselaer county agricultural agent Donald a. Thompson Many of the cutworms could actually be army Worms who travel in regimental strength from place to place. Usually cutworms remain in one place but the Rensselaer variety it has been noted Are often on the move an indication according to Thompson that Many of them Are actually army Worms. Down in Berkshire prof. Burns interviewed on lbs Williamstown a James Macgregor Burns professor of political science at Williams College was interviewed by news commentator Howard k. Smith tuesday for an Abc television program called a part of the Way with lbs. The interview was filmed for inclusion in the program part of a documentary series produced by Abc news under the title of a Abc scope. The program is to be televised on june 30 at 10 30 . Prof. Burns was interviewed in the Roper Center at Williams. Salvation army to build Citadel North Adams a ground breaking ceremonies for a salvation army Citadel in North Adams Are to take place at to . Saturday. The proposed $66,810 Structure is to be completed by the end of the year. It will be on River Street. Among those participating will be the Rev. Frank Grippin formerly of Bennington and now pastor of the methodist Church in North Adams who will deliver the invocation. I hiatus lets funds for Loans Williamstown a Williams College has been Given a Grant of $8,111 for Loans to students during the 1965-66 academic year under the National defense education act. This is the first time that Williams has accepted Federal Aid for student Loans although it has received Federal Aid for other items such As scientific equipment and research under the National science foundation. During the past academic year Williams gave nearly half a million dollars in scholarships and Loans. Of this amount less than $66,000 was in the form of Loans the bulk was in outright scholarship Grants. This Means 337 undergraduates 29 percent of the student Tody were on scholarships this past year. The Stock Market list and comment Bennington flood study included in okayed . Public works projects new York up a Stock prices opened mixed in very slow trading today. Dupont was Down is at 236%. Eastman Kodak added 3/s to 77% and Allied chemical Rose % to 493/4. Ism fell i to 456, Litton advanced 1% to 89% and control data was off a to 47%. Act industries 813/4�? % air products 58% is air reduction 59% a Allegheny Ludlum St 42 a a Allegheny Power 27% 3/# Coolidge Case defense really with evidence Manchester no. Up a the defense was set today to Call More witnesses in an attempt to punch holes in the state s Case against Edward h. Coolidge or. Who is charged with murdering 14-year-old Babysitter Pamela Mason. A pathologist a criminologist and two other scientists testified wednesday that state gathered evidence generally was inconclusive. Drs. Robert e. Jervis and Constantine j. Maletskos called As defense witnesses said the state a could have gone a bit further Quot in Neutron activation tests on the clothing of Coolidge and miss Mason. The state maintains tests on the clothing links Coolidge with the girl. Jervis and Maletskos both Neutron activation specialists testified that state technicians did not use the latest procedures while conducting the tests and that particles used in the tests a could very Well have been Jervis known As the a father of Neutron activation analysis Naa Quot said a judging from the outline used by or. Charles Hoffman and or. Maynard pro i would not share their opinions As conclusions reached in the Hoffman and pro Treasury department specialists presented Neutron activation charts last week which the state contends linked Coolidge and miss Mason. Coolidge a former bakery truck Driver is charged with murder and kidnapping in the january 1964 slaying of miss Mason. The girl allegedly was lured from her Home during a snowstorm on the pretext of a babysitting Job. Her stabbed shot and mutilated body was found in a Roadside Snowbank several Days after she vanished. The defense which opened its Case tuesday also presented pathologist or. Arthur o Day of the Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton mass., and Harvard criminologist prof. Cornelius Hurlbert. Both men testified that it was their opinion that pathology and criminology evidence presented by prosecution witnesses was inconclusive. A the autopsy was inconclusive As to the time of death Quot or. O Day testified. He testified that the time of death could not be set accurately because the contents of the girl s stomach were not identifiable. O Day also said Stab wounds on the girl s Back could have been inflicted by a Man or a woman. Alcoa 73% % Alside 10% % american can 46% Viz american cya Amide 74% a american met cd 46% % american optical 43 % a american t amp t 68 3/8 american tobacco 36 a Aramco steel 673/4 % Armour cd 38%�? % Atchison 31%�? % Bendix 49% % Bethlehem steel 363/a a Boeing a 70 is Canadian Pacific 573/g�? a celanese 82% a Chesapeake amp Ohio 66% a Chrysler 48%�? a coca cola 79% Viz Colgate 483/g�? % Columbia Gas 30% a cons Nat Gas 72% % cons Coal 48%�? a Curtiss w 173/8 is Douglas a 39% is Dow chemical 72% % Dupont 236% Eastern air lines 58 a % Eastman Kodak 77% % Ford motor 54% general dynamic 40% % general elec 97% % general motors 98% a % general Tel 39%�? is Goodrich tire is rub 58% % Goodyear tire is rub 49% Gulf Oil 54%�? % Hershey 33 a is ing Rand 46 a Viz ism 456%�? Viz int Harvester 37 int Nickel 87 a int Tel is Tel 56%�? a Island Creek Coal 313/8 is Jones is Laughlin 63 3/8 is Joy mfg 553/8 a Kennicott 1043/4 a Kroger 40% is Lof Glass 55% Mack trucks 333/8 % Mem 373/4�? a Montgomery Ward 34% is National dist 31 is new Jersey z 333/a a National Gypsum 39% new York Central 48% a Norfolk is Western 126 a a North Amer a 50% North Amer Coal 13% a Olin math 46 a Owens c f 58% is Owen 111 Glass 53% a Parke Davis 29% a Peabody c 373/4 is Penn g so 43 a is Penn p l 37% is Pennsylvania or 40% is Phillips p 513/8 a Pittsburgh plate i 78 Viz Pittsburgh steel 14% Procter Gamble 723/0 is Pullman 46 % is pure Oil 56% Varca 34 3/8 a Republic steel 41% is Reynolds met 41%�? % Reynolds tobacco 40% a is Schenley 32 is Schering 62 % a Simonds s 31 % the Bennington Banner t telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2600 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As Alf i i news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Mue radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. New drink Sinclair 543/4 is Washington up a the Socony Mobil 84% Viz House appropriations commit Standard Brand 77%�? a tee today approved All of presi Standard Oil Cal 693/b is Dent Johnson s budget recon Standard Oil ind 443/s % emendations for new England Standard Oil no 77 % Public works projects. Standard Oil of 503/4 % the committee added one Situ Debaker 20% % project that was not included in Swift 49% a the budget $350,000 toward con Tennessee Gas 23 Viz is Striction of the Marblehead tide Oil 32% is mass. Breakwater. Timken r b 43%�? a the state by state list trans a 493/a�? is approved included Union Carbide 61%�? is Maine construction a port United Aire 71% a land Harbor navigation $1,200, United air l 723/8�? a 000. General investigations a United fruit 19% a Kennebec River $70,000 St. United states rubber 62% is John River Basin $225,000. United states smelt 105 Viz Massachusetts construction United states steel 48% is a Boston Harbor Chelsea River navigation $1,185,000 Cape cod canal Bourne Bridge rehab Illta Warner Bro pictures 15% is w a p is p 463/4 % Western Union 41 % a Westing air b 38 a debut Westing elec 483/4�? is Wheeling steel 26 Hollywood up a White motor 303/4�? is Gianna Serra miss Italy in last Xerox up 140%�? a year s miss universe contest Youngstown s t 40% % will make her movie debut in Zenith 76 a % a your Man Tion $432,000 Conant Brook Reservoir $1,125,000 new Bedford Fairhaven amp Acushnet Barrier $852,000 Plymouth Harbor navigation $300,000 three Rivers $305,000 Westfield $500,000 Marblehead break water $350,000. General investigations Nau set Harbor navigation $11,000 new Bedford Harbor navigation $27,000 pleasant Bay in Orleans navigation $13,000 Saugus River is Pine River $20,000 Shirley gut Winthrop navigation $8,000. New Hampshire construction Portsmouth Harbor $2,000,000 general investigation a Merrimack River n.h., and mass., flood control $125,000. Rhode Island construction a Fox Point Barrier $1,440,000 lower Woonsocket flood control $2,400,000 Narragansett pier $100,000. Advance engine ring and design Point Judith Hurricane Barrier $160,000. Vermont no construction. Advance engineering and design Bennington restudy of flood control project $15,000 Gays Ville dam flood control restudy $30,000. It swings try the swinging est drink since Smirnoff invented Vodka. Jigger of Smirnoff Over ice. Add juice of a Lime. Fill mule Mug or Glass with / 7-up� to your taste. Delicious \. It leaves you breathless9 Smirnoff Volta soft too proof Dos Titus from Gran Ste Pierre Smirnoff Fis Toiv of Hub Lenni Hartford Conn wq0s lunch dinner Bennington 442-5257 the Weston Community club inc. 1965 summer season presents Harlan of Grant director thursday through sunday a evening performances at 8 30 a saturday matinees at 3 00 Complete season schedule leave it to Jane musical july i 4 Mary Mary july 8-11 never too late july 15 18 the spiral staircase july 22 25 the Waltz of the Toreador july 29 aug. I Send me no Flowers aug. 5-8 the private ear amp the Public Eye aug. 12-15 dear me the sky is falling aug. 19-22 the chinese prime minister aug. 26 29 fashion sept. 2-5 save on season tickets ten shows for the Price of nine no extra for musicals i wish to order season tickets for evening or saturday matinee please Check a orchestra. % $ 2.50 less 10% a $22.50 $25.00 saturday night q orchestra Row go a a a $ 1.00 less m $ 9.00 sat. Matinee Only a Balcony a $ 1.75 less 10% a $ 15.75 $ 18.00 saturday night i enclose my Check for phone Jamboree Sam nos fresh killed Cut up or split 3 la. Avg. 691 swifts Premium lean Daisy hams Hamburg patties 6? la California lettuce had 29 cello tomatoes fresh 5 to la. All made for your cookout la. Is for Blue Bonnet Margarine Campbells Tomato soup Campbells _ pork and Beans a of. To asparagus 49 Blueberry pie Apple Cherry mince a. 69< barbeque ,.,0 chickens c1 i fresh fillet Haddock in 59 it r i a Cill swordfish Steak la. 99t Frish sea \7tux of to Utica fat peas 303 size Niblet Corn 120, krafts grape Jelly Chicken of the sea Light chunk tuna is of. Smirnoff mule i Crisco 29< no 4 for $1 shortening 3 la. Tin 79< Underwood devised Ham Ayi of. 35< it. Maid syrup 24 Campbell s v8 juice 46 of. Fab giant size sea test butter Keebler bag cookies of. 59< for a food open thursdays amp fridays till 9 . School Street Market

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